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Llewellyn Glacier

Listed under Frozen Landscapes in British Columbia, Canada.

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Llewellyn Glacier flows into the south-western tip of Atlin Lake from the Juneau Ice fields, one of the largest ice fields on the continent spreading from the Atlin region almost to the salt water at Juneau. Many other glaciers flow out of these ice fields into the Taku River basin and toward the Alaska ocean coast.

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